There’s no rest for those passionate about ultimate performance. All 2024 GT-R models feature enhanced aerodynamics with new front and rear fascias for added downforce without increasing drag. The T-spec® returns, bringing iconic colors, a bespoke interior, and special badging. And for ultimate performance, the 2024 GT-R NISMO® now features a front limited-slip differential to help tame its awesome 600-horsepower engine. []
Even when you’re the ultimate GT-R, it doesn’t mean you can rest on your well-earned laurels. For 2024, GT-R NISMO once again raises the bar with enhanced aerodynamics, a new limited-slip front differential, and available options that create a jaw-dropping design. []
Winning runs in GT-R’s DNA. From a humble, but powerful, sedan in 1969 to today’s GT500 race cars, GT-R has been a legendary competitor, and that knowledge and passion have been infused into every GT-R road car as well.
1969 Skyline 2000GT-R sedan (PGC10) & 1971 Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC10)
The first Skyline GT-R was released in 1969 and was powered by a 2.0L, DOHC, S20 inline-six engine, producing approximately 160 hp. It became available as a coupe starting in March 1971 and earned its place in competition history when GT-R racked up its 50th overall racing victory.
1973 Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110)
Powered by a 1989-cc I6 S20 engine, this edition of GT-R was also known as the “Kenmeri” Skyline, due to a popular ad featuring a young couple (Ken and Mary) enjoying the Hokkaido countryside. Stricter emissions standards and the international oil crisis resulted in a total of only 197 of these cars being built.
1989 Skyline GT-R (R32)
The precursor to today’s GT-R was introduced in 1989. The R32 Skyline had all-wheel drive and the famed Nissan RB26DETT inline-6 that pumped out approximately 280 hp. This GT-R model also had an incredible competition record, with 29 victories and 0 defeats during four seasons of the Japan Touring Car Championship, from 1990 through 1993.
1995 Skyline GT-R (R33)
The R33 GT-R launched with base GT-R V-Spec models. The V-Spec employed a lowered, more-focused suspension and included the newer ATTESA E-TS® Pro All-Wheel Drive system. For ultimate performance, the available R33 GT-R V-Spec N1 model was made lighter by removing the ABS, air conditioning, sound system, rear wiper, and even the carpeting in the trunk.
1998 Skyline GT-R (R34)
The R34 Skyline GT-R was introduced in 1998, and its RB26DETT twin-turbo I6 engine produced an impressive 327 hp. It became a video game legend, meaning many enthusiasts’ first time driving a GT‑R was a virtual experience.
Compare 2024 GT-R trims
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